Burlington, VT. – The Vermont Chapter had a field of 30 teams at the Larkin Hospitality Pro-Am at Burlington country club. The golf course played tough with most of the field over par. David Jankowski, PGA and The Golf Garage VT team has had a great start to the season winning the first two team events with rounds of double digits under par, 12-under and 14-under par respectively. Amateur Chaney Noyes led the team off to a hot start with a birdie and an eagle on holes 4 and 5 to help him finish with the second lowest round of the day of 2-under par 69. The combination of Jankowski and Noyes’ play proved tough to beat, as they won by 5 shots 14-under par 128. Burlington Country Club’s Director of Golf Steve Hosack and his team put on a strong performance to finish tied for second place with John Paul and the Kwiniaska Golf Club team shooting 9-under par 133. 


Curt Goldsberry (The Quechee Club) had a great round of 3-under par 68 with 4 birdies and one bogey to win the individual professional competition. Holding off David Bennett (CC of Vermont) with a round of 72 1-over par, David Jankowski (Golf Garage VT) and Pete Weatherby (Manchester CC) with rounds of 73 2-over par. Rounding out the top 10 are Blake Phillips (Burlington CC) and  Kellen Peery (Links at Lang Farm) with rounds of 4-over par 75, Aiden Melville (CC Vermont) and Roger King (Sugarbush Golf Club) with rounds of 5-over par 76, Sean Toof (Stowe Mountain Club) and Kevin Bennison (Burlington CC) with rounds of 6-over par 77. 

With the biggest field of the season, the Vermont Chapter would like to thank everyone for playing in the Larkin Hospitality Pro-Am this week. The Chapter would like to say a huge thank you to our title partner, Larkin Hospitality and Joe Larkin as well as our Supporting Partner, Callaway and Mike Perreault. We would also would like to thank Burlington Country Club and their staff for hosting such a great event, which includes Director of Golf Steve Hosack, PGA. Head Golf Professional Kevin Bennison, PGA, Assistant Golf Professional  Evan Carty, Assistant Golf Professional Blake Phillips, and Golf Course Superintendent Joe Martaniuk.